Man ‘woeful’ in honouring bond

A THURGOONA man sentenced to community service over threats to a duty manager at Albury’s SS and A Club has been told his response was “woefully inadequate”.

“He has not even done one hour,” magistrate Tony Murray said about Nathan David Millar in Albury Local Court.

Millar, 21, of Koscuiszko Road, appeared for breaching an 80-hour community service order imposed in April.

He was banned from the club for two years.

Millar had gone to the club about 7pm on December 16 last year. Soon after, there was a clash between security staff and friends of Millar.

Solicitor Mark Cronin said Millar had words with the manager.

Mr Cronin said soon after the community service was imposed Millar got employment as a baker which involved working seven days each week.

He had since gained other employment but suffered a fractured leg in a recent car accident.

Mr Murray convicted Millar, put him on an 18-month bond and imposed a $700 fine.

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